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The Middle East and Problems of Democracy

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In the post-Cold War, post-Gulf War political environment of the Middle East, a debate about democracy and pluralism has begun. In this work, Heather Deegan challenges the view that political reform is unsustainable in the region, and examines the moves towards democratization which have recently taken place. She discusses individual countries on the basis of their political structures: monarchical, authoritarian, theocratic, confessional and multiparty. She considers factors in the democratizing process such as the ...

The Middle East and Problems of Democracy 1993, Open University Press, Milton Keynes

ISBN-13: 9780335156863

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